Sable Review

Sable is one of those games where I became hooked the moment I saw it. I didn’t even need to see gameplay to know that I was going to play it when it released. The game takes direct inspiration from artist Moebius, and it’s breathtaking to look at. Moebius’ surreal otherworldly aesthetic translates perfectly to … Continue reading Sable Review

Pokemon Legends: Arceus Review | The Best Pokemon Game in Years

Pokemon was the first game series that captured my imagination. I didn’t even need to really play the game to enjoy it. I played Silver version before I could even read, so my first playthrough was just me battling Sentrets with my Cyndaquil for months. I just liked spending time with my little fire echidna.  … Continue reading Pokemon Legends: Arceus Review | The Best Pokemon Game in Years

Dark Souls 3 | Backlog Review

I have always had a love-hate relationship with the Souls games. The emphasis on challenge, exploration, and experimentation is something that I am really drawn toward. However, as someone who was balancing school and a career, it became really difficult to actually put the time in the series required to give it a fair shot … Continue reading Dark Souls 3 | Backlog Review

Halo Wars 2 | Backlog Review

The original Halo Wars was a the first time that the Halo series was taking the chance and providing a different experience from its traditional FPS form. Much like the original Halo, it was taking a risk by delving into a genre that most people preferred to play on PC.  Most RTS games were not … Continue reading Halo Wars 2 | Backlog Review

Unpacking Review

As someone who recently moved into a new city, I saw Unpacking as reliving the nightmare that had been my move. However, the simple idea of a game revolving around the puzzle of finding the appropriate stuff in your home was something that I couldn’t not try. It was so mundane, yet it felt like … Continue reading Unpacking Review

Halo Infinite Campaign Review | A Sequel That Remembers Its Roots

It’s finally time. Halo Infinite has been released and the Master Chief’s story can continue once again. I can’t deny that I have been more than a little nervous about the release of this game. Through all the turbulent news that has been trickling out from insiders, the rocky gameplay reveal, and the developers’ own … Continue reading Halo Infinite Campaign Review | A Sequel That Remembers Its Roots

Forza Horizon 5 | Review Impressions

Forza Horizon 5 was released just the other week and as I wait for Halo Infinite’s campaign to drop, I thought now would be a good time to get outside my comfort zone a little bit. Besides the handful of entries in the Need for Speed series and Split/Second (fun game, I highly recommend), I … Continue reading Forza Horizon 5 | Review Impressions

Mario Party Superstars Review

This is a little different from the usual stuff that I review for this blog, but my nostalgia couldn’t keep me away from writing about it. I have not bought a Mario Party game since Mario Party 2 for various reasons over the years, but the most recent reasons have been that the games just … Continue reading Mario Party Superstars Review

Revisiting Halo 5: Guardians | A Troubled Follow-Up

As we come down to the final few weeks until Halo Infinite’s release, it may have become obvious that I have a huge soft spot for the Halo franchise. It’s one of the few shooters that I still actively play both offline and online. It has some of my favorite memories in gaming of all … Continue reading Revisiting Halo 5: Guardians | A Troubled Follow-Up

Revisiting Outlast | A Classic Hide and Seek Horror Experience

There are few games that can instill fear in me even after I completed them, and Outlast seems to be one of them. I haven’t played the game since around 2015, and I hardly remember any of it at this point. I guess that could be a good thing and a bad thing because I … Continue reading Revisiting Outlast | A Classic Hide and Seek Horror Experience